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PLATTrfMOUTH, XI3HKASKA, MONDAY EVENING, MAY G, 1881).
This p:wder upvit varies. A marvel of pur
it. f rentith ami wlilrniMjfsi. Mure econo
mical tti iu the ordinary ktudM, and cannot be
oll ! -o nte' ition nitli the multitude of low
tet. s I n f t weight alum or pluvphate iMiwder.
oil mill in til tu. IdiVAL ItAKINO l'OWlIKU
Co., liw Wall M. N. V.
Coumiln.eii. 1st ward. "iYn.
K. M. KiriiKV
W K Fox
J A SIKH I'ATrKHSON.JH.
- IIVIIii.V 4'I.AKK
II C K'KMIIIT
I. II. DON
Bomid I"ub. Work
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t t'M A'. lit MI'I.K.
I ' I'l'llN NOK.
1 P MlCI.LIN.
J J l SIMI-SU.V,
W .JoHNS N,CllAIHMAN
r' II NKWKU.
Deputy rreuurer, -
Deputy lieeord it
Clerk of District Cojrt,
of Tub School".
County Judge. -
iioaud or sur
A. H. Todd.
A. B. Dickson, Ch'm.,
D. A. I'AMrkRLL
IMr.n ( uiT( MKiKi.n
Fit AN K DICKSON
V. II. IVmiL
Jiltl N M. I.FVDA
W. C. SlIliWAtTnt
J. !. Kl K RXKAKI
11. C. f-'i-HVIlT
K in wood
ClASS LODCK No. Hfl. 1. O. O. K. -Meets
-every Tuid-iy evening of eac!i week. All
transient brilhcrs are respectfully invited to
ILATTMiJT8T F.N'CAMPMEN T "o. 3. X. O.
O K . iiiet'- every alternate Friday iu
each ti:oi:th in th M inimi'! I l:ill. V isitiug
brothers ara i iviteJ to attend.
(1ASS C AMP NO. 332, MODKItN WOODMEN'
j 0( vr erica AHet .ecord and fourth Mon
day evening at K. of P. b:ill. All transient
brother are re!:ested to meet with u-. I.. .A,
Newcomer. Vei.er.ible ( -oiissi! ; G. K, N-ie-Worthy
-lvl-er ; S C. A iUe. Banker ; AV. a.
BoccK, fit': it.
J KnllASIC. I'lIWTkil. NO. 3, K. A. M
i Mei4 kt:ettil HTi.l f-viftll T'ie.u:iv m v:r.t
h,oaih:.t v.a-'i' ll.-.V. 1 rans-ci. nt brothers
rc invited to meet r. :t!i k. .
K. B. Win IK, II. P.
Vk'M. Iv,. Setr-jt.iry.
1r, ATrsMoi'Tif ?.''!m;k no. n. a. f..l a.m.
M-et.s on t!i Hr-t mi l thir l Miiidays of
eafli month at Mie:r h-i!l. All tr;ini!-fit broth
era are cordially isniie l to meet with us.
J. d. KtciiF.v, AV. M.
Wm. Hats. Seoro'-iry.
IJI.ATTSA'Ol.Tfl i.oij-;;e N" S. A. O. Lt. W.
I- Meet. every :i!i-rii:!.le Friday evoninir at
Caokwood h;il! : 'l ''tli.ott. All transient broth-
r ar romi' iliy invited to attend. U S.
Lron, M. AV. ; F. I'.oyi, Forf man : S. 1..
Wilde, Ifccordc-r ; f soztaid A ndt-rs Overseer.
In tho Kr'in when tha grecu glt-s back In th9
A nd tho nun comes out nnd Ktays,
And yer boom pnlM on ( Mi a good, tlht Hqueoze.
And you think of yer barefoot day i;
When you ort to work and you want to not.
And you and yer wifo agree
It's tiitio to spade up the garden lot
When tho pwo Kil back In the tree
Well, work la the least of my ideea
When tho green, you know, giu lack In the
Wlien tho preen pits back In the treta, and been
Ida buzzin a ron n' agin.
In that kind of a laxy "Ko-an-you-please"
Old gait they bum rouu' in;
When the ground's all bald where the hayrick
And tho crick's rlz, and tho breeze
Coazea tho bloom In the old dogwcod,
And tho preen iu back in the I ret 8
I like, ax I sny. In rich scenes as these.
The time when tho green gitu back in the trees.
When the whole tail feathers o winter time
Is all pulled and gone.
And tho sup it thaws and begins to climb,
And tho sweat It starts out on
A feller's forred, a gettiu down
At tho old Fpring on bis knees
I kind o' like, Jes a loaferin' rouu
When the green gits back In the tress
Jes a pftterin" roun as 1 durn please
AVhen the green, you know, gits back in the
James Wldtcomb Itiley.
AVithin tlio past twenty years the
mcli-al faculty has coruo to clearly
coiiiprthcuJ anil accurately diagnose a
iliseaso which they now denominate as
'smoker's heart." Ejccessivo tmokin,
whether liy pipe, cigar or cigarette, af
fects the action of tho heart and disturbs
the circulation. Tho pnl.se will intermit
not with any regularity sometimes
one beat in four, sometimes ono in ten,
sometimes two or three at a time, and
then comes trouble. Tho brain, missing
its regular pulsations of blood, wavers,
the heart Mutters, and then follows a
Strong cordials aro "indicated." Strong
coffee is good; strong spirits better. But
tho remedy, too often relied upon, is
as bad as the disease, and the subject
grows slowly worse. Angina pectoris is
said to sometimes result.
Ono of tho leading physicians of this
city relates a ca-so in joint. A patient
suirerinjr from "smoker's heart" Itelievcd
that he had a chronic heart disease, and
came for a careful examination earlv in
t.ho day before ho had eaten any break
fast. Tho stethoscope showed the heart
to be sound as a dot ho had not smoked
for t wcl ro hours. Greatly relieved at the
verdict, he lighted a big black cigar and
sat smoking, upon an empty stomach,
while ho talked. In a few minutes, aa
ho rose to go, his feet failed him and ho
fell in a momentary faint. Tho heart
was fluttering wildly, but yielded at once
and resumed its normal action after a
The moral of tho story is that, if you
smoke at all, you should smoko in mod
eration and on a well filled stomach. It
is recklessness that hurts. Cincinnati
prcakfagt on Tjine,
Ono of thoso mysterious amateur
swells, who might properly be called a
pecuniary dude," has been beaming
the past few months at a fashionable
south side boarding house. One (lav last
week he received a shock, which literally
knocked him silly. He labors daily for
a largo wiioiesaie nouse nero, ai.u re;
ceives a weekly stipend pf 10, bill as ho
dresses according to a $10,000 per annum.
income it is but natural that he i.s many
weeks behind in his board bill. This
young Napoleon of some one else's finance
is supposed to be at his desk every morn
ing at 8 o clock sharp, but he had been
tardy every day for a week or more,
owing to a late breakfast. One morning
he breakfasted at 7 o'clock, and this cav;
him nuiplo opportunity to. reach his oHice,
on lime; "Ah," belaid to the landlady,
glancing at the clock, "I see I get my
breakfast on time this morning." She
regarded him with a fixed ive-mor
that-$l2" look, and replied: VY'cu havo
l.--n frettincr it 'on time.' sir. duiincrJho
past two wi-eLs." It i i l;aruly iitressary
to stato tlmt tho young man saw the
force of her remark and produced tit his
earliest opjiortaiiity. Chicago Herald.
Improving thu tves.
Tho trials of "hanging committees," in
determining the places to be held by pic
tures at any exhibition, aro great and
manifold. An English artist says that
when ho once served as "hangman," pre
paratory to an exhibition of the Koyal
Academy, his greatest embarrassment
was connected with a pieturo sent in by
an old Academician who had once done
good work, but whoso hand had now lost
It was tho portrait of a clergyman, and
was not so desperately bad but that it
might bo admitted, if ono peculiarity
could in any way bo dealt with. His
eyes were exactly like those of an owl;
tho eyeballs wcro intemjely black, with a
circlo of light, bright blue encompassing
"Wo tried him on tho wall," says the
artist, "but distance lent increased ter
ror to his expression; ho glared at us so
fearfully, that, in regard for the conse
quences that might arise to unwary visi
tors, we hastily took him down again.
" 'Now.' 1 said to a brother hangman,
'what is to bo done? It's of no uso ask
ing tho old gentleman to withdraw tho
picture ho Avou't.'
" 'No,' replied my friend, 'but I think
we might take some of the enthusiasm
out of thoso eyes." "
No sooner said than done. A fingei
Avas wetted, a little blacking taken from
a shoo of ono of the conspirators, the
bright bluo circlo received a glazo oi
blacking, and tho glare of terror inspir
ing fury was changed into a softened,
appealing expression. With thnt littlt
alteration the picture took ils lace among
the rest. Youth's Companion.
Sexuality lu AUmc.
Mr. Mason Kimio is a quiet gentleman
who has lived for many years in this city.
Ho is an enthusiastic member of the Mi
croscopical society, an honorary member
of several foreign scientific societies and
contributes to several scientific journals.
He is an indefatigable investigator. Some
timo ago be declared that lie had discov
ered sexuality in atoms that is, after
examining the smallest fragments of in
organic matter, iron and other mineral
substances, he had discovered certain
traces that led him to bclicvo that all
atoms, animal and vegetable, aro either
male or female, and reproduce their spe
cies. Tho importance of such a discovery
cannot be estimated. If verified, and Mr.
Kinne isconfident that it can be Aerified,
it means the revolution of science a
new alphabet for geology, ciieniitry and
natural philosophy. San Francisco Call.
Force of Habit.
Congressman It affords me pleasure,
Mr. Scribbleum, to present you this com
mission as postmaster. I havo brought
it to you myself as a little surprise.
Editor SeriLUeuni Col. Clrealhead.
you have, indeed, taken me by surprise
and placed me under infinite obliga
What! is the blamed document rolled:
Sir, I reject it! Chicago Tribune.
The Swaying of C Iiitiuirjs.
Observation,-; upon ( iic f.way h;ij of fal'
chimneys oarii:; i;ii;is kvii.i!s show tha:
one 11. " fee; j.i height .;!:.'. f-jl'i" ' ei i:
total diameter at ;!.: u.p waw! t.vcui
inches during a lic:ivy.f;:iie. and :::!;ii:
101 feet high, but with sis nnd or.e I s:;!
feet diameter i;f f'u; ti:n : !i :
arc of only : i. and tme-h:.!!' i:.. -Si-.
A Washington ten.";rv v.
digging . it. l on 'the !:;:.: -
Snio!:e 1 i vVr, vl:;;i !:: I. !:.;::;.! .1 .
ton richly dn-ssi d i:i o! 1 I'.t. I.: ; .;
ing. The coat was r: ;:;(:.;.: . ...
was adorned v. il!i velvet i-o!i,.i . :.
The place wIimv i!k- .. :: !
had lieen :!-:.! . iiT ;' t " ! . ; .
past fifttfli v-;ito
A t iw years ago a cure for consumption
.was thought leyond all jKif-sibility. IJut
now it seems nearer, and there is good
reason to believe that the time is not far
olf when, instead of that terrible disease
proving fatal in almost every case, ;is
was ouco the rule, in a largo proportion
of them recovery will take place. Some
cases havo recently been treated by hot
siir, and the results, as far as known, ap
pear to have been admirable. The ap
paratus described in The New York Med
ical Journal consists of a stand support
ing a double cylinder, which is covered
with aslieslos. The interior is heated
by a IHinsen burner, so that puro air
drawn in letveen the two cylinders be
corties heated and at the same time dis
infected. At tho outset of treatment
patients are made to inhale tho air at a
temperature of 212 degs. Fahr. for thirty
Gradually the sitting is prolonged to
two hours, lxth morning and evening,
and the temperature of tho air is slowly
increased to the highest juiiMt e.T'h vi-
tient can endure i.!:
maximum reached in any case has been
432 degs. The chief results were the fol
lowing: 1. Tho pulse, at first faster, be
came slower as tho inspirations contin
ued, and tho respirations became deeper.
2. The body tern je rat tire rose at first one
or two degrees, but in tho course of an
hour sank to normal, tho exhaled air
having a minimum temperature of 113
degs. Fahrenheit. 3. While the general
health remained undisturbed, tho difii
culty in breathing was at onco removed;
there was lessening, and linalljr cessation
of cough, fever and night sweats, and
the appetite and strength improved. Tho
disease in time came to an end, in fact;
tlio hemorrhages, catarrhal lesions, m- j
nitrations, and tho dilatations of the
bronchial tubes all being put a stop to;
cavities healed up; the weight increased
rapidlj, especially where emaciation had
been extreme, and the germs of the dis
easo slowly disappeared from tho sputa,
sometimes in as short a time as fourteen
months. Boston Herald.
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M Kr? t ft H n fc
S i HHKfl- iA U liS R3 V?
EVKIiY PUKCIIASEU OF ONE DOLLAR'S WOUTII OF
They Full Ailoep.
It seems to me that there is a peculiar
ity in some natures that needs a correc
tive as much as its opposite, that is the
habit of falling asleep at odd places and
at odd times by people, and against their
will or desire. One physician of this
city had a strong tendency to this un
pleasant 6tato of faculties, and would of'
ten cause, much to his chagrin, great
amusement, but oftener great anno3"anco
at this habit. Calling one evening at the
house of a young lady of whom he Avas
a great admirer, this sleepy 6pell over
came him, and whilst she was talking to
him in softly modulated tones, he, be
fore he was aware, was sitting bolt up
right asleep. The ycun,r lady Avas so
angry sho left the parlor without arous
ing him, and would never see him again,
to tho poor fellow's deep mortification.
Another time a patient called to have
his heart examined. The doctor pro
ceeded to place his ear against the heart,
and whilst thus occupied lost wakeful
ness, and it was a quarter of on hour
before the indignant pa-lent discovered
the stato of arfairs. Of course no ex
planation served to, atone to tho appli
cant for relief, and tho doctor lost that
case rapidly. A well known clergyman
of (his. city, now a bishop, was also af
tiicted this way, even on the altar.
Always, when traveling, ho would be
overcome with slumber against his will.
There are many amusing stories told of
him in this regard. A very pretty girl
in the Weit End s another subject of
j of iha otrango slumbering. In the par
lor or drawing room, while entertaining
guests, particularly if she is assisted by
her family, and knows tho entire enter
tainment does not: rest upon her, she
will, against ii&r will, drop softly into a
quiet slumber. She rouses at tlio least
cessation of conversation, but the drowsi
ness at such times i a. source of great
embarrassment to her. St. Ixmis Globe-
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES,
or anything in our Elegant Line of Good.-,
Entiteling them to a chance at the
take place October 1st
Tlio Leading Clotliiors, 5th & Main St.
Thoroughly cleanse the blood, which is th
fountain of health, by using- Dr. Tierce's Gold,
-en Medical Discovery, and good digestion,
fair skin, buoyant spirits, and bodily health,
and vigor will bo established.
Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors,
from the common pimple, blotch, or eruption,
to the worst Scrofula, or blood-poisou. Es
pecially has it proven Ita efficacy in curing
fcait-rheum or Tetter, Eczema, Erysipelas,
Fever-sores, Hip-joint Disease, Scrofulous
Bores and Swellings, Enlarged Glands, Goi
tre or Thick Keck, and .Eating Sores or
Golden Medical Discovery cures Conduiup
tion (which Is Scrofula of the Lungs), by its
wonderful blood - purifying, invigorating,
and nutritive properties, if taken in timo,
or AVeak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Short
ness of Breath, Catarrh in the Head, Bron
chitis, Severe Coughs, Asthma, and kindred
affections, It is a sovereign remedy. It
promptly cures the severest Coughs.
For Torpid Liver, Biliousness, or "Liver
Complaint' Dyspepsia, and indigestion, it is
an unequaled remedy. Sold by druggist,
Price f 1.00, or six bottles for $5.00.
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MANUFAcrrrmiiK ok an;i
? r ? n ! rr a i - o
;V HOLES tLl
choicest BnmJs of
Flor da Popperbtrgo' and 'Cuda
FUl.I. LIXli OF
TOBACCO AN 1) SMoKEUS' AK'TfCEES
alivavsin stock. Niiv. Ssi. 1S85.
E1 B h B G
s u , u a
Lr the Liqucr Habit, Positively Cured
bv Ac:a;i;GTn::3 or. haihzs' gclci?! s?tc:ric.
It can be given in a cup cf coffee rvr l;a. or in r,.--
tides of food, witnout Itie kiov fede of tiie
ton taking it; it in absolutely hiimlc and will
e fleet a permanent ami -ivc.ly cm-e, wlietluT
the patient i4 a liiodernt.; ilri nkeror !m nl'oiirli?
wreck, (T NEVFR FAILS. AVe GUARANTEE
a romsilete cure in every instance. 4-i pae hk
FREE. Aildief-s in confidence,
ZOLUZH SPECIFIC CO.. 1 ba Race St, Cincinnati. 0.
Wlacsa you can tony a Ssalt &f ClotSaes for a meie 011
U.-S5- firosa Bfiaameaa price
le-will $g3Ey cootisasae a Eioe& fclme losigei-
Men's Custom Ma.le Snits, - - $25.00.
Men's J'.lack Imported Cork ScrcAV $20.00.
Men's Business Suits - - S 15.00.
Men's Cheviat Suits - - 310.00.
33 per cent ofT, $iG.G7.
" " 10.00.
" 5 6.C5.
Men's Business Suits
Men's "Working Suits
Men's Custom Made Pants
FORMER PRICE. SOW'. I ' FORMER 1'IiICE. .NOW.
$ 8.00. 33J per cent off, $ 5.30. Bors' Suits - . . . s 3 50 33' .nor cent niT 5? M z
" " $ 4.00. Chiids' Suits - . $ 2.00. 1.32.
" " ' 3.34. j Working Shirts 35 cents. Shirts and Drawers 35 cts. Overalls 35c.
' " 8 4.G5. jCall and be convinced that what we say is true.
- BOOTS JZiJU SHOES. TSBWEilBIS JSlBTD 1F1sZSSS,
EVERYTHING MUST GO IN THIS GREAT DISCOUNT SALE I
BUT ITOW SBOBB IT IS OTO LATE IF1
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IPlasnioiitlis, MetoraEia. ILowet Main Mt.
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